Your C-Tow membership means fast, emergency response 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Each call is personally answered, with our local and knowledgeable Captains ready to respond. When emergencies happen, we also have access to an extensive network to serve boaters wherever and whenever they need help.
With three packages to choose from, it’s easy to ﬁnd the coverage you need to keep you and your family safe.
Call us 24-hours a day or use our C-Tow App to experience our unmatched service for Canadian boaters.
We’ve got you covered. If you need assistance, our knowledgeable local Captains are ready to respond.
All of our experienced, local Captains go above and beyond when responding to calls to keep boaters safe. Our 24/7 dispatch centre personally answers each boater’s call. This allows you to talk to a real person to get you the help you need.
We are passionate mariners and proud Canadians. Learn how our Canadian-owned and operated company has grown to be Canada’s largest on-water towing ﬂeet.
We serve the Canadian waters of:
Coverage also includes towing back to Canada from US waters.
I look after the area at the South end of Bowen Island to Horseshoe Bay, all of Howe Sound and halfway up to Nanaimo, the Georgia Strait to Sechelt and Secret Cove.
I enjoy the laid-back vibe of the Sunshine Coast. Howe Sound is one of North America’s most southern fjords, all of it stunningly beautiful. Very picturesque, and in the summertime certain water is warm enough for swimming.
I love this life! I never know where the next rescue call will take me. It’s exciting. And I like helping people in trouble out on the water.
My partner Pasha and I live in beautiful Comox on Vancouver Island. One of our favourite local spots is Sandy Island Marine Provincial Park, known as ‘Tree Island’ offers lovely sandy beaches to explore. It’s also fun to anchor our boat, jump into the water and swim.
Ron Everett loves the great outdoors and living in Campbell River. With its large fishing and boating community, is perfect for him and his new life as a C-Tow Captain.
My area reaches from Campbell River to Shelter Point to Baker’s Passage. There’s no other C-Tow operator north of me; Sayward Island is the northernmost point. It can be wild and treacherous with fast water and high winds. But it’s a breathtaking landscape.
Scott Flemming has been living the good life on tiny Mudge Island on the East Coast of Vancouver Island for 25 years. He is part of the Mudge Island Citizen Society, a not for profit mission to provide fire protection and emergency services.
Just get in the boat and go. Around here, you can see plenty of wildlife, seals, sea lions, orcas and large birds of prey including eagles and ospreys. You can drop anchor for the night because the waters here are so protected.
C-Tow Marine Assistance is always ready to serve our members. Designed by Canadians for boaters in Canada, our free app is another way we provide stress-free boating for you and your family.